FILE PHOTO: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa visits the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) treatment facilities at the NASREC Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa April 24, 2020. Jerome Delay/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Tuesday that churches and other recognised places of worship will operate from June when
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FILE PHOTO: The logo of semiconductor manufacturer Infineon is seen at its Austrian headquarters in Villach, Austria, June 3, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner BERLIN (Reuters) – German chipmaker Infineon Technologies aims to raise about 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) by issuing new shares to partially finance its $10 billion acquisition of U.S.-based Cypress Semiconductor, it said
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Tuesday, supported by growing confidence that producers are following through on commitments to cut supplies and as fuel demand picks up with coronavirus restrictions easing. FILE PHOTO: The sun sets behind an oil pump outside Saint-Fiacre, near Paris, France September 17, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann Brent crude LCOc1
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LONDON (Reuters) – People eager to hit the shops again when English high street retailers, department stores and shopping centres reopen will face queuing and few opportunities to try products. A social distancing sign is seen in Stradivarius clothes store in Oxford Street, London, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), London, Britain, May
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(Reuters) – World TeamTennis, an innovative mixed-gender professional tennis league, will start from July 5 at the Greenbrier, West Virginia, and up to 500 fans will be allowed to attend matches during its three-week season, tournament organisers said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Tennis – Australian Open – First Round – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia –
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LONDON (Reuters) – British health minister Matt Hancock hinted at a review of fines for families who faced penalties for breaking lockdown rules, after a top government adviser received widespread public condemnation for his lockdown travel. Asked whether fines would be rescinded for those who had given childcare-related justifications for breaking the lockdown, similar to
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